Jekyll include tags for Github.io YouTube Embedding
by Mike LevinFriday, August 20, 2021
Get really good at the technical moves. When you’re ready to publish things publicly, you have several options.
I need to develop some new habits to compel me forward, daily. Switch this over to public casting! When getting ready to broadcast publicly, I have to be very careful about this screen #1. I don’t want anything proprietary displayed. So I need a little ritual when getting ready to live-stream.
I feel confused and have to get rid of that confusion. Not merely get rid of it, but knowing what’s important and why, and achieve a bit of clarity, motivation, and forward-movement in life.
The streaming preparation that I do also applies to my entire system, like anything in my browser. So… gotta achieve clarity. What do I do? Well, as always:
1, 2, 3... 1?
- Organize the todo lists across “sites”.
- Expose this very screen as it shows right now on next video.
- Do a commitment and consistency livestream on mikelevinseo.com
- Lay out your 1, 2, 3 plan for that site and seoml repo (where you left off)
I set up hotkeys to start streaming and stop streaming. Do a new test…
Hello World! I’m doing some new tests. Of course first is the transparent webcam headshot, an OBS feature. Next, I want really to have better looking YouTube embeds on my Github.io pages. You can’t see it but I also used a keyboard shortcut to get OBS itself out of the video and once I have confidence I’ll get this page… out as well.
Okay, so the embed…
That will take a moment to complete. Meanwhile I should set up that site, mikelevinseo.com, the way I did mikeateleven.com, meaning having it as the place where I really start writing about topics instead of my main journal (here) from which I would have to copy/paste all the time to publish it.
Okay, that’s done! Wow, I’ll update the ones on the other site…
That’s “before” and that’s after.
Okay, done. Onto main work!